The Peninsula Community Foundation and more than 50 individuals
This film follows Ethiopians who are working to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS through education. Modes of communication, such as radio, television, and print media, provide basic information about becoming infected with the virus. Prevention education also comes alive in other settings, including street theater, coffee ceremonies, and funeral gatherings. This film explores the work of Ethiopians committed to controlling the spread of HIV/AIDS, while promoting respect and compassion for those living with the virus.
All public, educational, and government access television stations (PEG) and community media stations have permission to broadcast this film and any of Dorothy Fadiman's other films.
Director: Dorothy Fadiman
Producers: Amy Hill, Dorothy Fadiman, Matthew Luotto, Shenaz Zack
Camera: Matthew Luotto, Henock Hailu, Cotton Coulson
Editors: Amy Hill, Matthew Luotto, Shenaz Zack
Still Images: Sisse Brimberg
Music: Aster Awake
Outreach: Maribea Berry, Johanna Gereke
Principal advisor: Dr. Agonafer Tekalegne
Third film in series: "SEEDS of HOPE: Meeting the Challenges of HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia"
Amharic language version
November 27, 2012 Subject:
Innovative Ways to Control The Spread of HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia
An brilliantly in-depth film focusing on the challenges women face with violence, lack of health services, lack of condoms, lack of access to testing. Even those that test positive can not afford the treatment. The Ethiopian Women Lawyer's Association is brilliantly documented by Dorothy, working on women's rights, focusing on violence against women, beating and raping of young girls.